Chipco Triton® FLO fungicide and ReserveTM fungicide recently received registration for use in California, announced Bayer Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP. The fungicides, both formulated products with Bayer StressGardTM technology, have been widely used for excellent, broad-spectrum disease control and improved turf quality on greens, tees, fairways and roughs by golf course superintendents across the country.
“Both Triton FLO and Reserve are excellent tools against major turf diseases, such as anthracnose, dollar spot, brown patch and brown ring patch,” said Jimmy Johnson, fungicide business manager, Bayer Environmental Science. “In addition to delivering that high-level of disease control, these StressGard™ formulated products ensure a stronger, thicker, healthier turf.”
Triton FLO, which uses active ingredient triticonazole in addition to its StressGard formulation, and Reserve, a combination of triticonazole, chlorothalonil and StressGard formulation technology, are well-designed to help turf manage the stresses found on golf courses throughout California during both the summer and winter months. Unlike other DMI fungicides and DMI combination fungicides, which can cause turf thinning during hot weather, Reserve and Triton FLO protect the turf against the effects of disease and environmental stress.
These StressGard formulated products, along with Chipco® Signature fungicide, improve turf quality under challenging conditions by allowing the turf plants to maintain greater root mass and healthier top-growth. Triton FLO and Reserve can be used on cool-season grasses and certain warm-season grasses.
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